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soty2013

  • one year ago

What is order and degree of a Differential Equations ?

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    @abb0t

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    @saifoo.khan @salini

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    I think it just refers to which variable it is dependent. I think first order means dependent on x, and second order dependent on y.

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    plz provide me few examples...

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    plzz @JamesJ

  7. abb0t
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    typically, a first oder diff. equation: \[\frac{ y }{ x }y' =1\] while a second order is usually: \[y''+y'+6 = 0\]

  8. soty2013
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    and what about degree..

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    wHaT?

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    sir example of degree

  11. abb0t
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    \[y^{(3)}, y^{(4)}...\]

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